Photos: Marchers head downtown and back to concert

Jaylani Hussein spoke to protesters.
Jaylani Hussein, president of the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, spoke to demonstrators gathered outside the Minneapolis Police Department's 4th Precinct before the start of Black Lives Matter Minneapolis' planned march.
Matthew Hintz for MPR News

Hundreds of people walked from the 4th Precinct to downtown Minneapolis and back, as college students and others joined the protest.

Jamar Clark, 24, was shot by an officer after a confrontation in north Minneapolis Nov. 15. The shooting has sparked community protests and calls for justice. Crowds have gathered for more than a week at the 4th Precinct police station to protest the shooting.

Tuesday evening, protesters ended the march with a solidarity concert outside the police station in north Minneapolis.

Correction (Nov. 25, 2015): An earlier version of this gallery incorrectly identified Jayanthi Kyle.

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